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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 8, 2016

Request to include an API success and total counts in the SMF 115.

We have a requirement to enhance the SMF 115.

The SMF 115, the MQ Statistical data, reports on the number of API requests that have been issued, but It does not report on how many complete with good completion and reason codes. We would request to include an API success and total counts in the SMF 115.

We know that it is possible to get information on SSMF 116, where ‘valid gets' and ‘valid puts' are recorded on the individual task, but it gets the global information through SMF 116 is very complex, and we need to spend a lot of CPU to obtain these data

Idea priority Medium
RFE ID 83656
RFE URL
RFE Product IBM MQ
  • Admin
    Matthew Leming
    Nov 29, 2021

    This lines up with enhancements we currently have for SMF 115 work.

  • Guest
    May 23, 2017

    FYI MQ V903 adds to the QMST (SMF 115 Statistics) the number of successful persistent and non-persistent puts plus a count of the total bytes put for each message persistence

  • Guest
    Aug 24, 2016

    Heartily agree with the previous comment. Something that would be very helpful, and I think related to this RFE, is the ability to collect queue level statistics via the SMF115 records. Similar functionality is provided on distributed platforms. SMF115s only provide queue manager level totals. MQ for z/OS provides SMF 116 Class 3 records which will give queue level data, but it is at a task level and therefore much more expensive.

  • Guest
    Feb 9, 2016

    This should be expanded to create real queue statistics, a new SMF 115 subtype, that would contain the API request, valid requests, total bytes, minimum message size, maximum message size, and max. time on queue. These should be cut at SMF interval, independent of the task accounting collection. There may be additional information that would be helpful.